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Oregon superstar Sabrina Ionescu goes No. 1 to New York Liberty


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"I'm very humbled and excited for the opportunity.''Perhaps in an early sign of what is to come in terms of merchandising clout and popularity with Ionescu, her fans rushed to the team's website to snap up her new Liberty jersey, which sold out within an hour of her being drafted No. 1.Meanwhile, Ducks teammate Satou Sabally was selected with the second overall pick by the Dallas Wings. The Mercury then traded the Virginia wing to New York for Shatori Walker-Kimbrough.Latvian sharpshooter Kitija Laksa went 11th to Seattle.The Liberty rounded out the first round by selecting Louisville guard Jazmine Jones, the third first-round pick New York will be able to pair with Ionescu next season."Being a part of a younger team and trying to learn from them and see where I fit in and what role I'm going to play is exciting," Ionescu said. Watch on ESPN+"I've only been to New York twice, but I'm really excited to be able to get to Brooklyn and just enjoy the city and start playing," Ionescu said.Ionescu quickly becomes the Liberty's signature player, as former UConn star Tina Charles, the 2012 WNBA MVP, was traded Wednesday to Washington.

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